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When the 2013 motor sport titles were won

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  • #242113
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    I will update tomorrow afternoon. A couple more titles expected to be clinched :)

    #242114
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    September 28th – Pierre Ragues – ELMS (LMP2) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Nelson Panciatici – ELMS (LMP2) – Round 5 of 5

    I don’t know about the other categories right now.

    #242115
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    September 28th – Tom Ingram – Ginetta GT Supercup – Round 9 of 10 (Race 23 of 27)

    #242116
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    September 29th – Mike Rockenfeller – DTM – Round 9 of 10

    #242117
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    @wsrgo What has happened with Hughes?

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    February 14th – Nick Cassidy – Toyota Racing Series – Round 5 of 5 (Race 14 of 15)
    August 31st – Lucas Luhr – ALMS – Round 7 of 10
    August 31st – Klaus Graf – ALMS – Round 7 of 10
    August 4th – Yuichi Nakayama – Japanese F3 – Round 5 of 7 (Race 11 of 15)
    September 7th – Thed Björk – Scandinavian Touring Car Championship – Round 7 of 8 (Race 10 of 12)
    September 8th – Duncan Huisman – Dutch GT – Round 3 of 4 (Race 9 of 11)
    September 14th – Marvin Kirchhoefer – German F3 – Round 8 of 9 (Race 22 of 27)
    September 15th – Lea Wood – British Touring Car Championship (Jack Sears Trophy) – Round 8 of 12 (Race 24 of 30)
    September 15th – Dan Cammish – British Formula Ford – Round 8 of 10 (Race 24 of 30)
    September 15th – Alessio Picariello – ADAC Formel Masters – Round 7 of 8 (Race 20 of 24)
    September 15th – Robin Hansson – Formula BMW Talent Cup – Round 3 of 3
    September 21st – Jordan King – British F3 – Round 4 of 4 (Race 11 of 12)
    September 21st – Erik Johansson – Formula Renault 1.6 Sweden – Round 10 of 10 (Race 20 of 20)
    September 21st – Julian Santero – Formula Renault Argentina – Round 6 of 7 (Race 12 of 14)
    September 22nd – Alessio Rovera – Formula Abarth – Round 5 of 6 (Race 15 of 18)
    September 22nd – Yvan Muller – World Touring Car Championship – Round 10 of 12 (Race 19 of 24)
    September 27th – Jan Kopecky – ERC – Round 10 of 12 (Day 29 of 36)
    September 28th – Tom Ingram – Ginetta GT Supercup – Round 9 of 10 (Race 23 of 27)
    September 28th – Pierre Ragues – ELMS (LMP2) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Nelson Panciatici – ELMS (LMP2) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Matt Griffin – ELMS (LMGTE) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Johnny Mowlem – ELMS (LMGTE) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Fabio Babini – ELMS (GTC) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Kirill Ladygin – ELMS (GTC) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Viktor Shaitar – ELMS (GTC) – Round 5 of 5
    September 29th – Mike Rockenfeller – DTM – Round 9 of 10

    #242119
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    @sigman1998 Morris’s appeal is still pending, so I guess Hughes has to wait for confirmation.

    #242120
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    October 3rd – Sebastien Ogier – World Rally Championship.

    Absolute farce. The organisers of Rally France moved the points-paying power stage to the start of the rally, running it as a fiddly little street circuit for no good reason. Thierry Neuville, the only driver who could challenge Ogier, needed to win the power stage and get the three bonus points that go with it to stay a mathematical possibility of competing with Ogier. Dani Sordo won the power stage, and Ogier was crowned champion.

    Ogier winning the title was an inevitability. But the way it happened was a farcical anti-climax.

    #242121
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    @prisoner-monkeys This was even worse than the 2008 GP2 season finale. Giorgio Pantano won the championship after clinching pole position, picking up two points that put Bruno Senna’s slim mathematical hopes of winning the title to the grave (not a big fan of Bruno, but still).
    In recent times, in fact this very year, the British F3 National Class championship was decided by a tweet. Before the last round at the Nurburgring, UAE driver Ed Jones tweeted he wouldn’t be participating. As he was the only driver to have a mathematical chance of beating Sun Zheng to the title, the Chinese driver won.

    #242122
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    Well, this decision in France was taken months ago. It has something to do with filming permits – the power stage finished in front of a landmark building in Strasbourg, and since the power stage is televised live, it seems they could only get the permits for the Friday. And since it’s Sebastien Loeb’s last rally, the organisers probably wanted the live stage at the start of the event.

    It’s only pure chance that Neuville was in the title fight at this point, anyway. And maybe it’s for the best – now that Ogier has been declared champion, we can get down to a straight fight between him and Loeb on the fastest tarmac rally of the year.

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    October 5th- 17-year-old Italian driver Antonio Fuoco, member of the Ferrari Driver Academy, wins the Formula Renault 2.0 Alps championship. (Race 11 out of 12, Round 6 out of 6). The feat is all the more remarkable given that this is his first full season in cars. He beat more experienced drivers like Luca Ghiotto and Bruno Bonifacio.

    #242124
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    October 6th – Vittorio Ghirelli – Auto GP – Round 8 of 8 (Race 16 of 16)

    #242125
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    October 6th – Andrew Howard – British GT Championship (GT3) – Round 7 of 7 (Race 10 of 10)
    October 6th – Rick Parfitt Jr & Ryan Ratcliffe – British GT Championship (GT4) – Round 7 of 7 (Race 10 of 10)

    #242126
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    February 14th – Nick Cassidy – Toyota Racing Series – Round 5 of 5 (Race 14 of 15)
    August 31st – Lucas Luhr – ALMS – Round 7 of 10
    August 31st – Klaus Graf – ALMS – Round 7 of 10
    August 4th – Yuichi Nakayama – Japanese F3 – Round 5 of 7 (Race 11 of 15)
    September 7th – Thed Björk – Scandinavian Touring Car Championship – Round 7 of 8 (Race 10 of 12)
    September 8th – Duncan Huisman – Dutch GT – Round 3 of 4 (Race 9 of 11)
    September 14th – Marvin Kirchhoefer – German F3 – Round 8 of 9 (Race 22 of 27)
    September 15th – Lea Wood – British Touring Car Championship (Jack Sears Trophy) – Round 8 of 12 (Race 24 of 30)
    September 15th – Dan Cammish – British Formula Ford – Round 8 of 10 (Race 24 of 30)
    September 15th – Alessio Picariello – ADAC Formel Masters – Round 7 of 8 (Race 20 of 24)
    September 15th – Robin Hansson – Formula BMW Talent Cup – Round 3 of 3
    September 21st – Jordan King – British F3 – Round 4 of 4 (Race 11 of 12)
    September 21st – Erik Johansson – Formula Renault 1.6 Sweden – Round 10 of 10 (Race 20 of 20)
    September 21st – Julian Santero – Formula Renault Argentina – Round 6 of 7 (Race 12 of 14)
    September 22nd – Alessio Rovera – Formula Abarth – Round 5 of 6 (Race 15 of 18)
    September 22nd – Yvan Muller – World Touring Car Championship – Round 10 of 12 (Race 19 of 24)
    September 27th – Jan Kopecky – ERC – Round 10 of 12 (Day 29 of 36)
    September 28th – Tom Ingram – Ginetta GT Supercup – Round 9 of 10 (Race 23 of 27)
    September 28th – Pierre Ragues – ELMS (LMP2) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Nelson Panciatici – ELMS (LMP2) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Matt Griffin – ELMS (LMGTE) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Johnny Mowlem – ELMS (LMGTE) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Fabio Babini – ELMS (GTC) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Kirill Ladygin – ELMS (GTC) – Round 5 of 5
    September 28th – Viktor Shaitar – ELMS (GTC) – Round 5 of 5
    September 29th – Mike Rockenfeller – DTM – Round 9 of 10
    October 3rd – Sebastien Ogier – WRC – Round 11 of 13
    October 5th – Antonio Fuoco – Formula Renault 2.0 Alps – Round 6 of 6 (Race 11 of 12)
    October 6th – Vittorio Ghirelli – Auto GP – Round 8 of 8 (Race 16 of 16)
    October 6th – Andrew Howard – British GT Championship (GT3) – Round 7 of 7 (Race 10 of 10)
    October 6th – Rick Parfitt Jr & Ryan Ratcliffe – British GT Championship (GT4) – Round 7 of 7 (Race 10 of 10)
    October 6th – Aaron Mason – Volkswagen Racing Cup – Round 7 of 7 (Race 13 of 14)
    October 6th – Petr Fulín – European Touring Car Cup (S2000) – Round 5 of 5 (Race 9 of 10)
    October 6th – Mario Dablander – European Touring Car Cup (SMT) – Round 5 of 5 (Race 10 of 10)

    #242127
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    October 6th – Aaron Mason – Volkswagen Racing Cup – Round 7 of 7 (Race 13 of 14)
    October 6th – Petr Fulín – European Touring Car Cup (S2000) – Round 5 of 5 (Race 9 of 10)
    October 6th – Mario Dablander – European Touring Car Cup (SMT) – Round 5 of 5 (Race 10 of 10)

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